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Poland


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  • Great Synagogue in Bialystok
  • Synagogue in Kielce
  • "Great" Synagogue, Lodz
  • Vilker Synagogue, Lodz
  • Talmud Synagogue, Lodz
  • Old Synagogue, Kracow
  • Interior of the Alte Schul [Old Synagogue], Cracow
  • Remuh Synagogue, Cracow
  • Remuh Synagogue, Cracow
  • Kuda Synagogue, Cracow
  • Temple Synagogue, Cracow
  • Stara Synagogue, Cracow
  • Stara Synagogue, Cracow
  • Wysoka Synagogue, Cracow
  • Izaak Synagogue, Cracow
  • Cracow Synagogue
  • Synagogue inside Chamber of Memory in the new cemetery of Lublin
  • Nozyk Synagogue, Warsaw/span>
  • Nozyk Synagogue, Warsaw
  • Warsaw Synagogue
  • The Great Synagogue on Tlomackie Street in Warsaw, destroyed by the Germans in May 1943
  • Warsaw synagogue destroyed by the Nazis
  • The Praga Synagogue in Warsaw, built in 1836, was one of only six round buildings in all of Europe. It was demolished in 1961.
  • The Praga Synagogue in Warsaw, built in 1836, was one of only six round buildings in all of Europe. It was demolished in 1961.
  • Prayer house in Praga-Warsaw found in home built in 1811
  • Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot Synagogue: Fully restored to its pre-war condition, it is the only synagogue in Oswiecim (Auschwitz) to have survived World War II.
  • Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot Synagogue: Fully restored to its pre-war condition, it is the only synagogue in Oswiecim (Auschwitz) to have survived World War II.
  • Luboml's Great Synagogue, ca. 1930
  • Synagogue in Gdansk (Danzig)
  • Synagogue in Bielsko
  • Synagogue in Czestochowa
  • Synagogue in Glogau
  • Synagogue in Katowice/span>
  • Synagogue in Myslowice
  • Synagogue in Opole/span>
  • Synagogue in Poznan
  • Synagogue in Rzeszow
  • Synagogue in Rzeszow
  • Synagogue in Tarnow
  • Synagogue in Wroclaw
  • Synagogue in Nieswiez
  • A synagogue in Kolo, a town near Chelmno, where Jews were kept until they could be loaded into gas vans and executed.
  • Children stand outside the main synagogue in Eisiskes, 1911
  • Bales of grain poured on the floor of synagogue in Chelm district that was taken over by the Germans and turned into a granary.
  • View of the ruins of the main synagogue in Brody in 1950.
  • German soldiers view the burning of a synagogue in Siedlce in December 1939.
  • View of a destroyed synagogue in Inowroclaw in 1940.

Sources: HaChayim HaYehudim Jewish Photo Library (Jono David Media)
Synagogue postcards courtesy of Tomasz Wisniewski from the Synagogues in Poland site and his Turn-of-the-century postcards site.
Postcards from Judaica Philatelic Resources.
Other photos courtesy of Stephen Epstein/Big Dipper Communications, Shoah - The Holocaust, ShtetLinks Site for Lodz, The Polish Jews, Scrap Book Pages.
Auschwitz/Oswiecim photos courtesy of the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation.
Luboml Synagogue photo from the collection of Polska Akademia Nauk, Instytut Sztuki. Remembering Luboml - Images of a Jewish Community; U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Kolo, Eisiskes, Chelm, Brody, Siedlce, Inowroclaw Synagogue photos from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

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